The eight packet of the PopCorn Series was held on September 18, 2020 in the title “Effective Business Networking”. The session was facilitated by Thomas Wavering, Instructor of Entrepreneurship & Economic Development and Executive Director, Tom Love Innovation Hub with the objective of discussing ideas on effective ways of networking.
In a session for around 2 hours, Thomas discussed ways of Networking, tips to Networking and use of social media in Networking. For the last 30 minutes he dealt with the queries of the participants and then the program wrapped up.
The ninth packet of the PopCorn Series is scheduled for October 9, 2020 titled “Basic Tax Compliance for New Entrepreneurs”. The objective of the session is to make participants aware about tax provisions and book-keeping techniques. The session aims to explore the following:
Basic Tax Provisions
Bookkeeping Techniques as per Regulations
Tax Reliefs due to COVID and recent Budget Highlights
The session will be facilitated by Avash Ghimire, Director, Ultimate Business Advisors
Bio of the Facilitator
Avash Ghimire is
The 2nd Youth Entrepreneur Summit Chitwan is being organized from September 18-19, 2020 with an aim at promoting entrepreneurship amongst the new startups and aspiring entrepreneurs in Chitwan. There will be 6 panel speakers and 2 keynote speaker in the event with the participation of youths across Nepal.
King’s Incubator and King’s College has collaborated with Timro Kawadiwala ( Organizer) as an “Education Partner” in the event
What is Youth Entrepreneur Summit Chitwan?
Youth Entrepreneur Summit Chitwan is an annual conference aimed at promoting entrepreneurship amongst the new startups and aspiring entrepreneurs in Chitwan. The program was started in 2018
The seventh bucket of the PopCorn Series is scheduled for September 18, 2020 titled “Effective Business Networking”. The objective of the session is to discuss ideas on effective ways of networking. The session aims to explore the following:
Discovery vs Delivery Networking
Networking through Interaction
Networking through Social Media
The session will be facilitated by Thomas Wavering, Instructor of Entrepreneurship & Economic Development and Executive Director, Tom Love Innovation Hub
Bio of the Facilitator
Tom Wavering is an accomplished researcher, educator and executive, leading
The seventh packet of the PopCorn Series is scheduled for September 4, 2020 titled “Legal Aspects and Compliances to Run a Business”. The objective of the session is to identify and understand the different legal registration processes for a company. The session aims to explore the following
Different ways and possibilities of registering a company
2.procedure for incorporating a company
Setting the Capital of a company
Choosing to register in PAN or VAT
Timely updating the company at various government offices.
The session will be facilitated by Adv. Jasmin
Number of Post made
Entrepreneurs for Nepal
10+ posts a day
9th May at 13: 29
7 to 12:30 am
2 to 3 pm
Entrepreneurs Of NepaL
7+ posts a week
12: 32 P.m
9 to 10 pm
Nepal Entrepreneurs of Network(NEN)
8 or 9 posts a week
5 to 6 posts a month
Women Entrepreneurs for Nepal
2 post a week
Entrepreneurs of Nepal
4 to 5 posts a month
Tech Entrepreneure of Nepal
5+ posts a week
Participants were selected through boot camps organized by Yunus Social Business
Centre Nepal, King’s College in 12 different cities across seven provinces: Nepalgunj,
Dhangadi, Surkhet, Birgunj, Chitwan, Dang, Dharan, Biratnagar, Pokhara, Butwal,
Janakpur, and Kathmandu. Altogether, 537 youth participated in the boot camps
and received training about ‘Solving Community Problems through Design Thinking
While there was a well-distributed participation from each of the 12 cities,
the total participation of males and females in the boot camps was also comparable, i.e.
58.65% and 41.34% respectively.
Out of 154 applications from all over Nepal comprising of diverse participants in terms
of geographical region, age, gender and educational background, 80
Dulwa translated as traveler in English, is a digital travelogue about Nepal based on User Generated Content. They want to empower the backpackers/low-budget travelers to earn/save cash through their travel by booking packages from various travel agencies through us and submitting their work (pictures, videos, articles) after they return from travel.
Claiming unexplored tourist destination of Nepal as their main area of impact Dulwa focused their SDG’s under
Good Health and Well Being
Decent Work and Economic Growth
Partnerships for the Goals;
for providing platform to travel photographers and writer’s community of Nepal
The second selection meeting of 4th National Social Business Challenge Team 2019 and Youth Co: Lab Nepal 3.0 has selected the following Social Business ideas for the third round of the challenge. The selected team will be assigned to a mentor. The candidates are requested to communicate with their mentor to refine their Business Plan. For the final round, the applicants are required to submit a Business plan by August 18, 2019 at 12:00 Noon Strictly ( No extension given) at email@example.com . All the selected team has been sent email for their selection
The 4th National Social Business Challenge Team 2019 and Youth Co:Lab Nepal 3.0 has selected the following Social Business idea for the next round. The selected team should submit a Business plan by July 15, 2019 11:59 PM. All the selected team has been sent an email of their selection in the email they had applied with to the program. For details, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please find the guideline for Business Plan ( in Nepali and English)
Enterprises Name / Ideas